The Winners Of the 2022 Asian Academy Creative Awards

At the 2022 Asian Academy Creative Awards, Singapore swept up eight awards over two nights.

Dec 09, 2022 | By LUXUO

With our nation sweeping up eight awards at the 2022 Asian Academy Creative Awards — it ranges from “Changi Airport: Battling The Pandemic” which won Best Branded Programme or Series to Mark Lee winning Best Comedy Performance for “It’s All Your Fault!” — here, the complete winners list across both nights.

Night 1:

Best Adaptation of an Existing Format — Malaysia
“Star Vs Food Malaysia”  by Creative Stew/Discovery/Astro

Best Animated Programme or Series (2D or 3D) — Japan
“Bubble” by Story Inc/WIT Studio/Netflix

Best Branded Programme or Series — Singapore
“Changi Airport: Battling The Pandemic” by The Walt Disney Company SEA, National Geographic

Best Children’s Programme (One-Off/Series) — Taiwan
“Hello, My Name Is Dong-Ping” by Hakka TV

Best Current Affairs Programme or Series — India
“Ganga River From The Skies” by National Geographic India

Best Direction (Non-Fiction) — Singapore
Ziqing/Eve – “Inside Maximum Security – Road To Freedom” by CNA, Mediacorp

Best Documentary Programme (One-Off) — Australia
“Osher Günsberg: A Matter Of Life And Death” by Lune Media/SBS Australia

Best Documentary Series — Singapore
“Open Secrets – The Untouchable Chaebols Of South Korea”  by Vice Media Asia Pacific

Best Editing — Singapore
Melanie Foo Campbell – “Supermodelme: Revolution” S6 by Refinery Media

Best Factual Presenter — India
Esha Paul – “Inside The Opioid Crisis Gripping This Himalayan State” by Vice Media Asia Pacific, Vice World News

Best Infotainment Programme — India
“My Daughter Joined A Cult” by Discovery Communications India

Best Lifestyle Programme — India
“Say Yes To The Dress India” by Discovery Communications India

Best Natural History or Wildlife Programme — Japan
“Iriomote – The Fabric Of Life” by NHK / Doclights Gmbh / NDR

Best News Programme — Singapore
“Newsday” by BBC World News

Best News or Current Affairs Presenter/Anchor — Singapore
Lin Xueling – “In Conversation, Australian Foreign Minister Penny Wong” by CNA, Mediacorp

Best Original Programme by a Streamer/OTT — Korea
“Yumi’s Cells” (S1 & S2) by Studio Dragon, MerryCow, Studio N

Best Preschool Programme — Australia
“Bluey” – Rain, Fairytale , by Ludo Production, BBC/ABC Kids

Best Promo or Trailer — Indonesia
Disney+ Hotstar Indonesia: “Together As One” by The Walt Disney Company SEA

Best Short Form Content — Malaysia
Disney+ Hotstar Malaysia: “Stories That Bring Us Together” by The Walt Disney Company SEA

Best Single News Story/Report — Australia
“Unfinished Symphony” by 7PM Company, The Project, Network 10

Best Sound — Singapore
“This Land Is Mine” by Weiyu Films, Mediacorp, Suite Sound

Best Voice Artist — Japan
Yukiko Fujimura – Nameraka by Bilingual Voice Japan

Night 2:

Best Actor in a Leading Role — Korea
Jung Hae-in – “D.P.”  by  Climax Studio, Netflix

Best Actor in a Supporting Role — Taiwan
Wu Kang-Ren – “Light The Night” by Bossdom by Netflix

Best Actress in a Leading Role — Philippines
Jodi Chrissie Sta. Maria – “The Broken Marriage Vow”  by ABS-CBN

Best Actress in a Supporting Role — Taiwan
Liou Yiin-Shang – “Still Me”  by Tzu Chi Culture And Communication Foundation

Best Cinematography — India
Shreya Dube – “Thar” by Anil Kapoor Film Company/Netflix

Best Comedy Performance — Singapore
Mark Lee – “It’s All Your Fault!” by Wawa Pictures/Ministry Of Communications & Information (Singapore)

Best Comedy Program —New Zealand
“Kid Sister” by Greenstone TV, TVNZ, NZ On Air

Best Direction (Fiction) — India
Basil Joseph – “Minnal Murali” by Weekend Blockbusters, Netflix

Best Drama Series — Korea
“Twenty Five Twenty One”  by Studio Dragon, Hwa&Dam Pictures, CJ ENM

Best Entertainment Host — Hong Kong SAR
Johnson Lee – “Family Feud” by Television Broadcasts Limited (TVB)

Best Feature Film — Japan
“Asakusa Kid” by  Nikkatsu & Django Film, Netflix

Best General Entertainment, Game or Quiz Program — Korea
“My Boyfriend Is Better” by CJ ENM

Best Music or Dance Program – Australia
“Eurovision – Australia Decides – Gold Coast 2022” by Blink TV Production, SBS Australia, and Tourism & Events Queensland

Best Non Scripted Entertainment — Australia
“Eurovision – Australia Decides – Gold Coast 2022”  by Blink TV Production, SBS Australia, and Tourism & Events Queensland

Best Screenplay — Korea
Noh Hee-Kyung – “Our Blues”  by Studio Dragon, GTIST, & CJ ENM

Best Single Drama/Telemovie/Anthology Episode — India
“Qatil Haseenaon Ke Naam” (“Ode to Femme Fatales”) by  Zee Zindagi, Zee5, & Zee Entertainment

Best Theme Song/Title Theme — Thailand
“Who Am I” By Bright, Win, Dew, Nani For F4 Thailand: Boys Over Flowers by GMMTV

Best Visual/Special FX in TV / Feature Films — Australia
“Elvis” , Method Studios, Warner Bros.

This article first appeared on Men’s Folio.

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